Musical mum Ami Williamson shares this tear-jerking song about motherhood

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 2 August 2018

14 mins

Growing up with a Australian music icon for a dad can be pretty daunting. Not for Ami Williamson.

Her fourth studio album The Quilt draws on her life as a mother, artist, friend, and finding her own identity apart from her father John Williamson.

She talks about her varied professional career, her passion for writing and why she chose to write about her family in her latest album. Plus she performs 'Don't Grow Up So Fast'; a song written for her daughter that is guaranteed to have you reaching for the tissues.

Head to Ami's website  to purchase The Quilt, and listen out for 'Don't Grow Up So Fast' on the airwaves here at Kinderling. 

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